Enneagram Class: Childhood Messages

THIS MONTH’S MEETING TOPIC: Childhood messages
Many of you have asked for an in-depth discussion regarding “Nature vs. Nurture,” whether the Enneagram is innate “spiritual DNA,” or whether it is derived from our childhood and upbringing. According to Riso and Hudson, after tens of thousands of Enneagram Institute’s tests, interviews, and student feedback, the Enneagram is, indeed, spiritual DNA – we’re born with this particular “lens,” (as Jerry Wagner, Ph.D., calls it), and filter our life’s experiences through the lens of our EnneaType. That being said, Nurture does play a significant role in our development of our belief systems, ego structures, and defense mechanisms. In this very interactive session, we will explore both “unconscious” childhood messages and “lost” childhood messages to test these hypotheses, and to examine how these childhood messages may still influence how we live our lives today.

MAY’S MEETING:  (The third Tuesday of the month) Tuesday, May 19, 2015
VENUE: St. Philips Church, Classroom #8; NE corner of Campbell and River  
TIME:  7:009:00 p.m.

FACILITATOR: Sandy Hogan, Professional Certified Coach, who is a certified Enneagram Teacher through the International Enneagram Association, is a board member of the Arizona Enneagram Association, and on the teacher track of the Enneagram Institute (Riso/Hudson tradition)

PASS THE WORD ALONG: Tucson Enneagram Enthusiasts are dedicated to self-knowledge, and bringing the Enneagram to the greater community, thereby helping to heal humanity. Please feel free to forward this email to anyone you know who’s interested in deepening their self-understanding and the practical application of this mystical wisdom tradition. No prior knowledge of the Enneagram is required.


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